Project Management Degree Apprenticeship at York St John University - UCAS

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This BSc (Hons) Project Management has been designed to address the need for key staff to be developed within organisations as they gain experience in the field as well as learning the academic and research underpinning which is the basis for successful project delivery. The degree is non industry specific and learners will be recruited from all sectors and will include students from the private, public and third sector. This apprenticeship programme offers a key specialism in Project Management, building on an increasing prevalence of organisations using projects and project teams to deliver organisational and cultural change. Project managers are responsible for the end-to-end delivery of projects and are critical to business success. They have responsibility for delivering projects in line with defined objectives, taking decisions to manage stakeholder expectations by leading a multiskilled, cross-disciplinary team to deliver the project to time, cost, and quality requirements. The learners of the project management degree apprenticeship will all be employed with their organisation funding 11 the student fees from their levy payments. consequently, there should be 100% employability for all the apprentices on completion of the degree programme. The successful project manager is required to be an effective leader of change, able to manage individuals into a coherent team that delivers the project objectives. The role is a developmental and experiential one and is well suited to the pedagogical approach that is provided by the apprenticeship route. Each of the students will be experiencing the dynamic and complex nature of projects whilst simultaneously learning about the academic and theoretical aspects of the work environment. In many ways the apprenticeship model is almost certainly the most appropriate way in which undergraduates can gain the knowledge and experience to become successful project managers. Thus, the BSc (Hons) Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship is focused on supporting employers to attract and develop high level skills and build project management capabilities within their business. Effective project management is a capability which cuts across all sectors and types of business. The programme will be pan-industry and will allow for the sharing of information and experiences from all sectors of the economy. Special features of the programme include: – Flexible approach to enable you to balance your studies with existing commitments – Online lectures, specially tailored to help you develop your critical thinking skills – Provides a supportive platform for critical reflection, through reflecting on the application of academic theories to your organisational setting – Participation in active and supportive forums – Access to guest lectures from practitioners – Provides progression route to MSc Project Management – APMQ (Project Manager Qualification) from the APM (Association for Project Management – Eligibility for full membership of the APM (MAPM


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  • Year 1

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Project Management Degree Apprenticeship at York St John University - UCAS